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Posted on 01-Apr-2001 10:41 GMT by Christian Kemp49 comments
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Fleecy writes: AmigaOS4 will only run on hardware that conforms to the zico specification - currently that is the Eyetech AmigaOne (which also offers full backwards compatibility with AA chipset access applications) and the bPlan AmigaOne, which will run AmigaOS4 apps and older apps which use retargetable coding. We look forwards to other Amiga hardware companies developing zico based solutions and are actively talking to them.
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Explanations from Fleecy, part 2 : Comment 37 of 49ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 01-Apr-2001 22:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 33 (Graham):
Honestly a PPC CPU is more powerful than any x86 piece of
crap.
You say AMD and Intel are going to have 2Ghz processors by
the end of the year! Big deal...
PPC processors are more powerful...a recent article benchmarked
a G4 750Mhz against an Intel 1.5Mhz processor. Guess what they
found?
They found that the 750Mhz G4 was 57% faster than the 1.5Mhz
Pentium IV. Half the clock speed and over 50% faster.
The PPC architecture is much superior to ANY x86 architecture.
Mhz mean NOTHING. Speed in the real world is what count, and
the PPC blows the doors off of x86's and will continue to
do so.
When the G4 Macs were released they were banned from being
sold to certain countries because they were considered a
Super Computer. Now...I've never read anything about any
IBM Clone being banned from export. Have you?
That should tell you something! Wake up and smell the friggin'
coffee!
Jump...
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